The School of Social Sciences and Humanities at the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies, in collaboration with the Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies are co-organizing a roundtable discussion on "Markets and Conflicts: Exploring War Economies in the Middle East", on Wednesday 15 February 2023 at 16:00 (Doha time) at the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies.
This discussion will bring together a diverse group of scholars from different academic disciplines and countries. The event aims to provide a platform for critical and thought-provoking discussions on the topic of war economies and the economics of conflict in the Middle East in the aftermath of the Arab Spring. The goal is to foster a dynamic exchange of ideas and perspectives among the participants and to promote interdisciplinary collaboration and knowledge-sharing.
During the roundtable discussion, the participants will delve into the intricacies of war economies in the region, exploring the static structures and dynamic networks that shape contemporary conflict. They will also examine the impact of war on local and regional economies and the lives of ordinary people and consider the influence of foreign states on the war economies of the region. With a focus on the emerging literature in the field, the roundtable will provide a unique opportunity for scholars to engage in robust discussions, share their findings, contribute to the development of the field, and address questions from academics and policymakers in Doha.
The event presents a unique opportunity for scholars to come together and engage in a meaningful discussion about war economies and the economics of conflict in the Middle East. It is a part of a series of events aimed at making a significant contribution to the development of the field, foster interdisciplinary collaboration, and promote further research in this critical area of study. Your participation as an audience member at our roundtable discussion will greatly enhance the exchange of ideas and help drive the conversation forward.
Simultaneous interpretation between Arabic and English will be available. The roundtable discussion will be livestreamed on the Centre's social media platforms via @onlineCHS.
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